Internet routers distributed by a variety of manufacturers have a major security flaw.
Because federal agency rule-making is a slow process, lawmakers are calling on industry.
The report comes as the U.S. and UK debate standards of government access to digital data.
Members of the public once had to send a postcard asking to email their representative.
The hiring spree for the U.S. Cyber Command will start swiftly and last through December.
Lenovo had been installing software on its laptops that left users vulnerable to hackers.
The investigation stems from a Reuters report that Samsung was purchasing BlackBerry.
AEDs, used to help people in cardiac arrest, have a history of failing.
The order forced companies receiving federal funds to increase speeds for rural customers.
The deal would open talks to eliminate tariffs on a host of goods.
Expect attacks if Russian President Vladimir Putin is uninvited, warns Crowdstrike.
Final check coming sometime in 2015.
The legislation gives protections to companies sharing data with the government.
The system is believed to be infected by Russian hackers.
Guidance details how manufacturers should write instructions for the device.
Several prominent figures on Capitol Hill use the technology rarely, or not at all.
The legislation is identical to a Senate bill that Orrin Hatch introduced this month.
NoFlyZone.org allows users to create a "geo-fence" around their property.
The Energy Department is considering stricter standards for commercial gas and oil-fired furnaces.
The rechargeable device is implanted in the abdomen and sends signals of fullness to the brain.
The first thing to know about securing your phone is that you can’t secure your phone.
Officials took communications satellites off their list of military technology.
Republicans say increased investments in technology propelled them to major wins.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said the new phones were the "biggest advancement" in years.